The Language of Color

Color expresses … the apex of spirituality and intuition.

Charles A. Riley II

Color is more than a visual experience, it is also a psychological one.

Color can radically affect mood and emotion. It is a classic form of communication that can project your personality and set the tone in each room of your home.

Reactions to color can be subjective, but generally, certain types of colors produce particular responses.

Carl Jung is most prominently associated with the pioneering stages of color psychology. Jung was most interested in colors’ properties and meanings, as well as in art’s potential as a tool for psychotherapy. His work has historically informed the modern field of color psychology.

Here is a glimpse of my painting sessions where I play with color.

References :
1 Color psychology

2 Color psychology

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